There’s a lot of other stuff that AT&T is doing apart from acquiring T-Mobile USA. The biggest carrier in the USA has announced HTC HD7S, its new Windows Phone 7 device. The announcement comes hot on the heels of Sprint, which also announced its Windows Phone 7 device, the CDMA HTC Arrive.
HTC Corporation, a global designer of mobile devices, today announced that the HTC HD7S smartphone will be available as part of the AT&T family of devices in the coming weeks. The slim, sleek HTC HD7S is optimized for high-impact visuals with a large 4.3″ high-resolution screen, high-definition video capture and a focus on gaming that realizes the power of Xbox LIVE —bringing gameplay to life. With the HTC HD7S, HTC is bringing its second Windows Phone 7 device to AT&T and, along with the HTC Inspire 4G, now offers two super LCD 4.3″ display devices for AT&T customers.
AT&T has announced the HTC HD7S based on the existing HTC HD7 available in Europe as well as T-Mobile USA.
Straight out of the box, the AT&T HTC HD7S comes with the first Windows Phone 7 update “NoDo”, a 1GHz processor along with a brilliant 4.3″ WVGA Super LCD and a spectacular 5MP camera. AT&T is also going to load u-verse mobile on the HTC HD7S.
AT&T has said that the HTC HD7s is going to be available in the coming weeks. It seems great the Windows Phone 7 devices are slowly and gradually getting recognized and appreciated for the amazing set of features that they offer. It looks like Windows Phone 7 devices may serve as the long awaited iPhone competitor after all.